Greetings, culture seekers! Art Rumba here searching the region's coffee shop bulletin boards for the less advertised art, theater and music event postings.

UWL Center for the Arts Gallery: All American Art Recession-Senior Exhibition. This is a truly unique show that is fresh, contemporary and definitely “outside the box.” Open daily at noon to May 10.

Common Ground, 1334 Pine St., La Crosse: Adam Oldre, metal work, and Megan Jensen, photography. Open daily and open late to May 10.

The Wine Guyz: This month’s featured artist is Dirk Nelson. His figurative drawings and monotypes can be enjoyed with a nice glass of wine. An opening reception will be held 5-7 p.m. May 3. The show runs until May 12. Upcoming will be the large-scale photography of Paul Hatlem from May 13-June 9 with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. May 16.

State Street Gallery, 1804 State St., La Crosse: The gallery hosts a mix of local, regional and national artists covering all mediums and styles. If you like an intimate environment to explore your art tastes, this is it. Also visit State Streets other location at the Grand River Station Gallery on Third Street. Call 782-0101.

Pearl Street Books, 323 Pearl St., La Crosse: Winona author Andy Schoepp will be autographing his new novel “Time Ninja” on from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 4.

The Muse Theatre and Deece Productions will present Gregg “Cheech” Hall's Allman Brothers tribute, “Eat a Peach,” Saturday, May 11. Doors open at 6:45, the show starts at 7:30 p.m. I strongly suggest you by tickets early as this will be a sellout show. Check out Deece Productions.com for more info.
   
Enjoy the art, support the artists and Rumba ON!